Bruno Fernandes reluctant to pen new Manchester United deal
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Bruno Fernandes is reluctant to signing a new contract with Manchester United as he wants certain assurances.

His key concern is about the club’s plan in the next transfer market, now that some players intend to leave.

According to the Sun, the midfielder earns £100,000 a week, and signing a new contract will see him get double the amount.

The 26-year-old is undoubtedly United’s best player. Signing Bruno Fernandes is the best move United ever did in recent transfers.

Bruno wants an assurance that the club will bring in more quality players to improve the team, with Edinson Cavani intending to leave.

The Portuguese player joined United for £55million in the January transfer window last year. His arrival at the club has since brought a huge impact.

He is a regular starter for Man Utd but among the lowest-paid players, earning only £100,000-a-week. He signed a 5½-year deal with an option to extend with a year.

David De Gea is Man Utd’s top earner getting £375,000 a week followed by Paul Pogba, who pockets £290,000.

United are ready to double Bruno Fernandes’s wages and boost it with add ons.

In other transfer news, Edinson Cavani is likely to leave Old Trafford soon, as his father insists he is not comfortable in England.

“My son does not feel comfortable in England and wants to be close to the family again. He was very bothered by the sanction.” Said Luiz Cavani.

He said this following Cavani’s ban after he used the word “negrito” on Twitter. Moreover, the Uruguayan was ordered to undergo a face-to-face education and fined £100,000.

Reports claim that the former PSG forward will join the Argentine side Boca Juniors.

In an interview, his father said:
“I want Edinson to play in a team that fights for something important. My son’s idea is not to continue here.”

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  1. He’s definitely signing a new contract after the summer signings that will be made trust me.

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